Saturday, June 9, 2012
Man dies during sex in Calabar
It was gathered that Ete Samuel as he was popularly called is married with kids but his animalistic zeal was so uncontrollable that he was fond of abandoning his family to satisfy his sexual orge with ladies of easy virtue at red light joints.
However, Samuel who was said to be in his thirty with his customer Miss Peace Idorenyin who resides at Target Street close to Calabar Zoo had gone to one of the cheap short time spot to as usual have a full dose of one another. But the lover boy never knew that death was lurking around him.
It was gathered that the duo chose the short time spot located at 8 Atu Street for early evening sex session before the incident happened.
An eye witness who will not want his name in print disclosed that he was called at about 5 pm by the operator of the short time spot to come and help him as he had a “situation which he alone could not handle.
When I got there, I went into the room and saw a young man on the floor with foam coming out of his mouth and I called the police which came and took the corpse to the mortuary and the lady to Atakpa Police Station,” the source stated.
When contacted at the Police station, Peace said she was not the cause of the death of the man as she has had sex with several other men and they did not die.
“I did not kill him as many men have slept with me and they did not die. This was not the first time Ete Samuel was doing it with me.”
She said that when she discovered that her customer had given up the ghost while on duty, she would have left the spot but because she felt she was not responsible for his death, she stayed back. “I could have escaped but since I know I am not the cause of his death I had to wear him his trouser before calling people to help me.”
According to her, she noticed that the man was vibrating and she thought the man was about reaching orgasm.
But then he did not make any move of coming down from my body after some time I pushed him and saw that he was foaming in his mouth.”
When contacted for confirmation, the Cross River State Police Public Relations officer, Barrister Hogan Bassey, an ASP promised to give detailed information latter.
Bassey said that the lady under detention would help the police with more information ”on how the man died.”
Culled from Vanguardngr.com